A new University of Toronto study found that teenagers who drink heavily caffeinated energy drinks are more prone to traumatic brain injuries. In the firm, I see brain injuries in all sorts of situations — car wrecks, bicycle accidents, falls, etc.  But for teenagers, the most common cause of traumatic brain... 
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An employee at a Texas call center has filed a lawsuit claiming that she and other employees were not paid for work that they were required to do off the clock. Elissa Shetzer filed the lawsuit in U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Texas against her employer, Harte-Hanks Response Management/Austin LP,... 
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U.S. Senator Gary Peters has introduced legislation to help veterans who may not be receiving all the benefits they are entitled to as a result of being improperly discharged from the military due to behavioral changes. Peters, of Michigan, said the bill would ensure the fair treatment of veterans who were discharged... 
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Why buy health insurance leads when you could generate your own? Good question. But look before you leap. Online marketers always make out that there is a huge secret to marketing online. That’s actually a whole lot of hooey. Marketing online takes work, good leads and dedication — period. That’s no secret. But... 
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Meth Makes Millions

// Sep 23rd, 2015
It is no surprise that making the illegal drug methamphetamine (aka meth), a drug known by at least 45 different names, makes some individuals and groups very rich. It is a multi-billion dollar business that maims, kills and takes no prisoners. The chalky white powder looks deceivingly innocent. It is a bitter-tasting... 
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757-399-7506 According to a study that was published in JAMA Neurology, people who are genetically inclined to develop Alzheimer’s, but who attended college, were employed in complex occupations, and remained intellectually challenged, delayed contracting the disease nearly 10 years longer than others. The study... 
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by Thomas D. Begley, Jr., CELA Types of Liens Prior to making distribution in the settlement of a class action or mass tort lawsuit, a number of lien issues may need to be addressed, depending on the nature of the case, the elements of the recovery, and the population of claimants. These issues may include reimbursement... 
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The Illinois Appellate Court recently ruled that an employer could not avoid a judgment for payment of the full workers’ compensation benefits owed to the estate of a deceased coal miner, in spite of the employer alleging that it was owed a credit due to its payments to the estate under the Black Lung Benefits... 
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Sometimes other jurisdictions come up with innovative ways to deal with various issues faced by law enforcement and lawmakers — such as texting while driving. It is certainly not just an American problem. It is rampant in Canada as well. Toronto City Police have come up with a campaign that grabs attention. It involves... 
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The Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA) to include siblings among those eligible for job-protected leave Siblings are included in the protections of the Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA) in some circumstances. The FMLA, enacted in 1993, provides for eligible workers to take unpaid leave for up to 12 workweeks per... 
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